indistinguishable indistinguishable  /ɪn dɪ ˈstɪŋɡwɪ ʃə bəl/

Definition(s):

  1. (adj) exactly alike; incapable of being perceived as different
  2. (adj) not capable of being distinguished or differentiated

Synonym(s)

Usage(s):

  1. And his views are indistinguishable from Hillary Clinton on the issue of whether or not we're going to protect life, whether or not we're going to be the party that protects life.
  2. As much as I love Boulud's cooking, I found it disgusting--a gooey mess of indistinguishable, nauseating fat.
  3. And his views are indistinguishable from Hillary Clinton on the issue of whether or not we're going to protect life, whether or not we're going to be the party that protects life.

News

  1. Report: European Commission to investigate Android licensing

    Having just reached a legally-binding settlement with the European Commission in an anti-trust investigation over its deceptive use of paid ads appearing as search results indistinguishable from independent results and its anti-competitive blocking of other services on sites that use AdSense, the company now faces a new investigation over its Android licensing deals. Claims from rivals such as ...
    on June 14, 2013     Source: MacNN

  2. Duke in Pictures: Friday in the Gardens -- A Good Day for a Duck

    Between four and five inches of rain was recorded Friday as Tropical Storm Andrea moved through the Triangle, leaving the south lawn of Duke Gardens indistinguishable from the lawn's pool.
    on June 10, 2013     Source: Duke University

Quotes

  1. "In so many ways, we need to make a clean break from the worst excesses of both political parties," McCain told an audience at Carnegie Mellon University. "Somewhere along the way, too many Republicans in Congress became indistinguishable...
    on Jan 17, 2008 By: John McCain Source: KOB.com

  2. "If we want a party that is indistinguishable from Hillary Clinton on an issue like illegal immigration," Romney said, "we're going to have John McCain as a nominee. That's the wrong way to go."
    on Aug 24, 2006 By: Mitt Romney Source: Leading The Charge

  3. "Until he grew up, until he got the strength that he needed, until he got the size he needed, until his physical ability and his experiences matched his will, he is indistinguishable from those who could jump on the middle box," Amaechi said....
    on May 5, 2007 By: John Amaechi Source: SI.com

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